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Old April 13th, 2011, 12:10 AM   #1
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Old April 13th, 2011, 11:29 AM   #2
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Old April 13th, 2011, 11:35 PM   #3
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Old April 14th, 2011, 12:34 AM   #4
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Old April 30th, 2011, 04:41 AM   #5
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I am wondering about renting appartment in Maputo. I know that life with western standards is expensive. How much for a small decent apartment not too far from downtown that is decent?
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What do you think is so special about this country?
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Old July 30th, 2011, 09:47 PM   #7
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I am wondering about renting appartment in Maputo. I know that life with western standards is expensive. How much for a small decent apartment not too far from downtown that is decent?
in dollars or metical? If it's in metical you'd pay at least 20.000MT$ and that's over 800usd/month; that's for a small decent one.
Now for a big nice one it can reach as high as 2500USD/month.
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At jamaax, everything from beach to bitches, wbt you?
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in dollars or metical? If it's in metical you'd pay at least 20.000MT$ and that's over 800usd/month; that's for a small decent one.
Now for a big nice one it can reach as high as 2500USD/month.
Oitocentos dólares para um apartamento pequeno? Isso é capaz de ser mais do que em Portugal. Menos do que Londres, mas bolas!
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Old July 31st, 2011, 01:09 AM   #10
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Não tenho máxima certeza, portanto não dê muito crédito ao que falei, mas sim, 500usds pra cima, tendo em conta que os aptmts são pequenos mas bastante luxuosos!
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Oitocentos dólares para um apartamento pequeno? Isso é capaz de ser mais do que em Portugal. Menos do que Londres, mas bolas!
It probably is more expensive than Portugal. In comparison with Mozambique, Portugal is an undeveloped country that will be abandoned by the EU and swallowed by the Spaniards in about 5 years.
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Não tenho máxima certeza, portanto não dê muito crédito ao que falei, mas sim, 500usds pra cima, tendo em conta que os aptmts são pequenos mas bastante luxuosos!
Even more. For example, a typical 3 bedroom apartment in COOP is about $1500. That's not even sea facing. The sea facing apartments on Julius Nyerere are going at about $2500.

Below $1000 is probably around Malhangalene on the 'outskirts'. The reason the price is so high is due to the scarcity. I wonder if there is some collusion in setting the prices.

Now, if you want non-Western standards, you could build your very own tin palace for about $250 in Polana Canico but that will involve paying a shack tax and a nod from the local regulo :-)
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At jamaax, everything from beach to bitches, wbt you?
By the way,do you already have photos of your bitches in SSC Mocambique section?

Let me go over to see.
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Give me a link!The forum is in Portuguese!
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Old August 1st, 2011, 02:58 AM   #15
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It probably is more expensive than Portugal. In comparison with Mozambique, Portugal is an undeveloped country that will be abandoned by the EU and swallowed by the Spaniards in about 5 years.
you dont need to bash other people's country, they can do the same to ours and i bet you wont like it.
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Now, if you want non-Western standards, you could build your very own tin palace for about $250 in Polana Canico but that will involve paying a shack tax and a nod from the local regulo :-)
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It probably is more expensive than Portugal. In comparison with Mozambique, Portugal is an undeveloped country that will be abandoned by the EU and swallowed by the Spaniards in about 5 years.
Sorry to say, but Portugal is a developed country. Do the researches for yourself.
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Sorry to say, but Portugal is a developed country. Do the researches for yourself.
...then with some luck it will be the first to go from developed to undeveloped.

Research: just read the news
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...then with some luck it will be the first to go from developed to undeveloped.

Research: just read the news
Your hate on Portugal, won't turn your country in to a develop place. And if you think that because of it financial problem, Portugal is all of sudden a undeveloped country then I very sorry to say but you must be an ignorant. No offense..
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